The Jerusalem Press Enterprise (JPI), a joint venture between The Jerusalem Times and the Israel-based Israeli publication Al Jazeera, has been operating in the Southwestern California desert since 2013.
The JPI has grown from a print operation that began in 2002 to a digital operation that now operates in nearly 60 languages.JPI is a digital newsroom, which means that the paper has a print version, but also a digital version of the paper’s news articles and videos.
This year, JPI launched its new digital news app, called The JPI News App, and the app is available in the Apple App Store, Google Play and Amazon Kindle Fire.
The app, which launched in September, has the potential to help the JPI expand its reach beyond the Valley.
JPI’s new digital edition is the latest in a series of initiatives designed to increase its digital reach, and this one is the first of many.
For JPI, this is the next phase of its transformation from a regional print publication to a global online news source.
While its previous publications have all been digital platforms, the JPO has opted to use its print publications as digital platforms for its online news.
In fact, its new JPI digital platform will be called The Journal Press Enterprise.
The press enterprise is one of the oldest and largest newspapers in the world.
Its roots date back to 1876, when a group of Southern California men formed the newspaper, The Press Enterprise, which was renamed The Southern California Press.
The enterprise’s name reflects the region’s geographical location in Southern California, which it was founded in 1874.
The first edition of the Jpi was published in 1924, and it was the second edition in 1928.
In 1928, the enterprise’s first owner, Frank P. Stokes, sold the company to a group led by Harry A. Stinson.
A year later, the first JPI was purchased by Walter M. Ecker.
In 1933, the company purchased the other major paper in the region, The Times of Israel.
In 1946, it purchased the Jerusalem Post, which would eventually become The Jerusalem News Enterprise.
In 1950, The Jerusalem Daily News was acquired by the JPL.
In 1962, the Jerusalem Evening News was purchased and renamed The Jerusalem Evening Post.
In 1974, the newspaper was renamed the Jerusalem News and the Jerusalem Times.
In the late 1980s, the Los Angeles Times purchased The Jerusalem Sun.
In 1996, the Daily News purchased the Los Alamos News Service.
In 2008, the paper was purchased for $1.4 billion.
Jpi began as an online publication.
In 2013, the publisher purchased a print publication, The Jpi Press Enterprise for $3.5 billion.
In 2014, the press’s digital operations became part of The JPL’s news operation.
This is the third digital operation JPI owns.
The other two operations are The Jerusalem Morning News and The Jerusalem Journal.
The digital operations, which operate at JPL headquarters in downtown Los Angeles, have been run by JPI executives since last fall.
The Digital News App allows users to access JPI articles, videos, video and audio archives, as well as access the daily, weekly and monthly print editions.
The app is also available for free for Apple devices, Android and Windows.
JPL plans to offer free access to the app to the public for at least a year.
The new digital app is not the only way the JPo is evolving its digital operations.
In the past year, the news organization has opened a new, separate digital news office in downtown Manhattan.
The company also is investing in a new digital content production facility in downtown San Francisco.
The new facility, dubbed JPL Media Center, will produce and distribute a variety of digital content.
This new digital operations also will have a digital content management system that will allow them to create and publish content in any language.JPL Media will be a wholly owned subsidiary of The Jerusalem Business Times, which owns The Times.
The company will operate its own news operation in the San Francisco area.